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Biofield Meter (Bureyl Payne)


A measurement device for what has heretofore been unmeasurable - an energy field around the human body. The Biofield Meter is simple to use, rugged, and stable in operation. To make a measurement, a person sits under the instrument with eyes at the level of the frame and reads the degree of initial rotation on a wall scale. Usually the initial amount of rotation will be between 1 and 70 degrees. The discovery of this instrument opens up a whole new area of scientific investigation

WHAT IS THE Biofield?

The term "Biofield" is merely an abbreviation for biological energy field. The Biofield is related to magnetism, yet different from it. It may be related to what people have called the human aura. It seems to be a spinning force or torque around the body. Further research is needed to determine the nature of the Biofield.


  • Measurements of the Biofield have shown that it is highly variable and closely associated with magnetic changes of the Earth's field.
  • During strong geomagnetic disturbances the Biofield will vary in both amplitude and polarity. (that is, initial direction of rotation of the Biofield Meter.)
  • There is a polarity change 85% of the time around new or full moon.
  • People are more stressed and hyperactive during periods of geomagnetic disturbance. Accidents, illness, crimes, and international battles are all more likely to happen at these times.
  • Weather storms often are more severe at times of geomagnetic disturbances. The Biofield also varies accordingly.


A simple device has been discovered which measures a spin force around living organisms. It varies with solar activity, phase of the moon, and some planetary positions. The discovery of this spin force bridges the gap between small bodies-/subatomic particles, atoms, and interstellar molecules- and large bodies- stars, planets, asteroids, and galaxies. These bodies have been shown to exhibit spin. This work also expands the property of spin to living organisms. The author proposes that spin be considered a basic force, along with electricity and gravity, and replace magnetism, which is a special case of spin.

Ron Hruby, a Ph.D. in electrical engineer, and retired NASA scientist, made his own version of a Biofield Meter, from reading the book, and did careful experiments on remote healing (videotaping movements of the Biofield Meter). Descriptions of his experiments are included in the Spin Force book.